CEO frauds are becoming more sophisticated and e-mail hacks are an increasing threat towards businesses in China. The criminals are clever; by tracking online conversations between management and employees they can understand tonality and style as well as get access to when executives are on trips with reduced access to e-mail. Hackers then mimic the CEO, demanding a quick and urgent wire transfer when they know it's harder for employees to get a hold of him or her.


During this Executive Dialogue we will first introduce you to the ways hackers operate before moving into an open round-table discussion on how to set internal routines and damage control.

The content that will be covered during this session is:


  1. Phishing attacks – Which companies are being targeted and why?
  2. Common attack scenarios; Understanding the different methods
  3. Introduction to regulations and procedures once companies acknowledge fraud;
  4. What can be done and what to expect?
  5. Fraud prevention: high profile cases – lessons learned



This event is relevant if you work:

- At Management and Executive level

- In Finance/Accounting

- With IT and/or IT Security

- In an HR/Payroll function


Light breakfast included.

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Organizer

Dragon Partners

A special thanks to our Dragon Partners for supporting the Swedish business community in China.

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